Author / Scott DeToffol

Too many technology companies make is hard to repair and upgrade their devices. Consumers should support companies that honor our right to repair and upgrade. Technology is expensive and uses valuable materials that should not be thrown out because one piece malfunctions or wears out (like the battery). I’ve been building and repairing PCs since […]

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Amazon’s adaption of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time is coming to your streaming TV on November 19th. This is easily my most anticipated show or movie of the last few years. The “WOT” fanbase is huge, as the epic tale has been one of the most popular fantasy book series of the last 30 […]

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I echo Hank’s frustration and his gratitude. Thank you to everyone who fought on the front lines to battle Covid-19. Thank you to those that battled in the labs and clinics to get the vaccines ready and distributed. And thank you to everyone who has taken a vaccine to protect yourselves and those around you. […]

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Reports and evidence of UAPs and UFOs are getting the attention of congress and the mainstream media. CBS’s 60 Minutes aired their “UAP” story tonight with interviews on the various military sightings and videos of flying objects that defy explanation. They mention that the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force is preparing a report that is due […]

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In a big milestone for SpaceX’s Starship development, SN15 successfully flew and safely landed its first prototype spaceship. A day later, Elon Musk has said they may try to launch the SN15 again! I think they might fly this until something breaks.

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I shot this short video of Sam biking yesterday with my DJI Mini 2 quadcopter. Music: https://www.bensound.com

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The number of firsts that SpaceX achieved with this Starship SN8 test will mark this as a seminal day in the history of space flight. This is a major step towards putting humans on Mars. It was thrilling to watch this live with Charlie and Sam. I’m very much looking forward to the continuation of […]

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America is officially back in the space industry lead. SpaceX launched two American astronauts to the International Space Station this weekend from historic Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39, ending a 9-year drought for America’s ability to send humans into space. This is the Crew Demo-2 mission by SpaceX and NASA, using a new Falcon […]

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This is an interesting look at how modern rockets expend their fuel and jettison their stages. Saturn V. Space Shuttle. Falcon Heavy. SLS.

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Better late than never! Deer Tick – Mayonnaise J.S. Ondara – Tales of America Anders Osborne – Alone Ian Noe – Between the Country Of Monsters and Men – Fever Dream Brittney Howard – Jamie The Highwomen Yola – Walk Through Fire Khruangbin – Hasta El Cielo Tool – Fear Inoculum Steve Earle & The […]

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